The Delhi Commission For Women (DCW) on Sunday said it rescued a 35-year-old mentally disturbed woman apparently roaming naked near the Rashtrapati Bhavan.
The rescue operation was conducted following a tip off from a ‘ground volunteer’ of the commission who had passed on the information about the woman living in a miserable condition.
An unknown person informed the Commission about the condition of the girl. The Commission immediately sent a team at the given location and rescued the girl.
In a notice issued earlier this week, the women’s panel sought by July 15 a copy of the FIR registered in the case and details of the suspects arrested.
The statement said that the number of domestic violence cases reported in the initial days of the lockdown were significantly low.
The commission cautioned them to respond by May 25 otherwise legal action will be taken.
The body received a complaint on its 181 helpline on April 24 that a 26-year-old married girl had been confined at her home by her parents as they were against her marriage.
The court orders came on an NGO’s plea seeking measures to safeguard victims of domestic violence and child abuse amidst the lockdown
The commission has received complaints on its 181 helpline from Karawal Nagar, Dayalpur, Bhajanpura, Gokulpuri and other areas about goons entering houses, vandalising them and setting them on fire.
There are around 6,000 Mohallas in Delhi, as per the directions of the minister, the guards will be deployed in three shifts, with the maximum number of guards at night from 10 pm to 4 am.
Sources said that the students are looking for someone to file an RTI on their behalf to get details of the college budget under various heads, including security.
The panel is also working on education, school admissions and extra-curricular activities of the children of the family.
The Commission has also sought details of the process of action followed on complaints related to women.
DCW Chief Swati Maliwal also spoke to several female students in the college about the incident.
DCW has sent a notice to the SHO of Tilak Nagar and sought factual report of the incident and copy of the FIR registered in the matter.